Octomom Nadya Suleman and her 14 children will soon be homeless if a foreclosure auction goes through next week. However, her lawyer doesn’t think she has anything to worry about.
Octomom Nadya Suleman has a whole bunch of problems on her plate — namely, she’s going to be out on the street with her 14 children if a foreclosure auction goes through as planned next week.
The actual owner of the home, Amir Haddadin, is several months behind on payments. Haddadin told the Long Beach Press Telegram that Suleman bought the house and is responsible for the payments, but he still holds the loan at the bank.
“So now they are behind for 10 months going into 11 months for a total of $33,000,” Haddadin said. “Since they stop, the bank has been calling me every day asking for money. They’re telling me they don’t have any money, which I don’t buy at all.”
Suleman’s lawyer, Jeff Czech, didn’t deny that. However, he also thinks the auction won’t go on as scheduled.
“Something tells me it will not happen on Monday,” he told the paper, adding that a foreclosure auction buyer would “have to force Nadya Suleman and her 14 children out of the house.”
Well, they better have a plan, because not everyone is going to care who lives in the house — it’s business. Hopefully she has somewhere to go — this “wait and see attitude” isn’t good when your roof is on the line.
Is Suleman worried about that? If she is, she’s not talking about it. But Octomom is more than willing to talk about the hairdresser who turned her in to social services.
“We were set up,” she told Good Morning America on Friday. “I think maybe me and my kids were set up.” She thinks the woman — only identified as Stephanie — didn’t like that her kids were running around half naked.
“She thought it was unacceptable that they’re, you know, half-naked, goin’ potty,” Suleman said, referring to the eight little ones. “I mean, moms out there, come on.”
As for the chair under the door? She had an explanation for that, too.
“I didn’t want the kids to go in there at the time and one of my older kids jammed the chair up there so they wouldn’t keep opening and closing the door,” Suleman added. Uh, they are eight 3-year-olds, of course they’re going to be running around.
The mother of 14 also wanted to clear up the rumors around the $520 check to her stylist, saying it was for 15 haircuts instead of just one.
“It’s almost over. This is our last month on help,” she said of their reliance on public assistance. “I am making money… I have jobs.”